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At the budget rate of exchange for the period of 1.53 Swiss francs to the US dollar, the income budget amounted to 715,229,100 Swiss francs. (...) The excess of income over expenditure for the biennium 2000-01, at the budget rate of exchange, thus amounted to US$288,905; revalued at the rate of exchange in effect at the close of the financial period, the excess of income over expenditure amounted to US$267,893. 5. (...) Status of operational budget expenditure for 2000–01 (in US dollars) Title Budget Expenditure Policy-making organs International Labour Conference 9,602,562 8,850,724 Governing Body 2,026,458 1,966,942 Major regional meetings 558,700 497,494 Legal services 2,522,832 2,110,390 Relations, meetings and document services 46,186,119 44,122,704 Strategic objectives Technical programmes Standards and fundamental principles and rights at work 25,406,270 28,976,635 Employment 36,663,425 40,672,925 Social protection 25,441,132 27,303,041 Social dialogue 39,954,293 39,175,514 Gender equality 2,026,622 1,974,721 Statistics 6,756,756 6,601,788 International Institute for Labour Studies 4,931,020 5,227,090 International Training Centre of the ILO, Turin 5,340,000 5,340,000 External relations and partnerships 4,515,784 4,541,084 International policy group 1,246,414 1,324,159 Communications 5,599,375 5,480,933 Regions and technical cooperation Development cooperation 3,057,272 2,956,354 Field programmes in Africa 40,073,294 38,093,618 Field programmes in the Americas 36,680,263 34,135,365 Field programmes in Arab States 8,129,430 8,471,963 Field programmes in Asia and the Pacific 37,960,606 33,389,954 Field programmes in Europe and Central Asia 12,380,652 12,658,395 Support Services Library and information services 7,397,379 7,108,777 Information technology and communications 11,625,682 11,408,966 Internal administration 31,150,832 31,012,307 Publications 5,392,002 5,700,731 Management services General management 6,339,726 6,117,323 Human resources development 15,002,862 16,031,071 Financial services 11,554,805 10,969,759 Programming and management 4,796,756 4,552,076 Other budgetary provisions 20,243,879 19,822,197 Adjustment for staff turnover -3,968,202 Total Part I 466,595,000 466,595,000 Unforeseen expenditure 875,000 574,198 Working Capital Fund TOTAL 467,470,000 467,169,198 PART I — ORDINARY BUDGET PART II — UNFORESEEN EXPENDITURE PART III — WORKING CAPITAL FUND GB.283/PFA/1 8 GB283-PFA-1-2002-01-0199-1-EN.Doc Table 4.
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(Giorgio Hösli/UN Women Tajikistan, 2016) 17 October 2017 Martina Schlapbach “Cheese exchange”: an initiative for women’s economic empowerment During a field monitoring mission as a UN Volunteer Associate Project Officer with UN Women in Tajikistan, I got to know the female leaders of two dairies which, independently from each other, approached me with their idea to produce a hard cheese as a more durable dairy product. During a field monitoring mission as a UN Volunteer Associate Project Officer with UN Women in Tajikistan, I got to know the female leaders of two dairies which, independently from each other, approached me with their idea to produce a hard cheese as a more durable dairy product. (...) This is how I got the idea to start a "Cheese exchange" initiative between a group of cheese makers from both countries.
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Score: 772890.04 - https://www.unv.org/node/2727/pdf
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Considering the mounting terrorist and criminal threats which are interrelated to the activities of  transnational  criminal  networks  involved  in  drug,  light  weapons,  and  human  trafficking,  and  smuggling of goods, in a regional context characterized with many factors of political instability,  economic crises, and climate change; in addition to the weak regional cooperation in the field of  border security , and the development of dry areas;  Being  convinced  that  border  security  in  this  environment  entails  the  setting  up  of  a  global  approach  incorporating  political,  economic,  security,  and  legislative  dimensions,  founded  on  close  and  coordinated  cooperation,  based  on  the  principle  of  common  responsibility,  which  facilitates the exchange of goods and the movement of persons at the regional level.  (...) Affirming  the  responsibility  of  the  international  community  to  support  Libya  in  all  fields,  especially in the field of security, guarantying a smooth transition; that is from the revolution to  the state of institutions, law, and the respect of human rights and liberties.     (...)   − drawing  up  and  implementing  a  list  of  priority  projects  integrating  the  strategies  and  initiatives of the different United Nations organisms,  international and regional organs, and  all the machinery related to the struggle against terrorism and organized transnational crime;  Regional Ministerial Conference on Border Security  Rabat, on 14 November 2013  The Rabat declaration  2  − Creating a regional centre for the instruction and training of officers charged for the border  security in the countries of the region, on the basis of the experience of other countries and  partners;   − Creating sectorial working groups in the fields of security, intelligence, customs, and justice,  for  the  forwarding of propositions  in such  fields, before  the next session of  the ministerial  conference;  − Exchanging information related to border security between the countries of the region, and  coordinating  cooperation  between  authorities  charged  for  border  security,  in  order  to  evaluate and confront the security threats detected by the sectorial work teams mentioned  in the precedent paragraph;  − Reinforcing  the  capacity  of  the  countries  of  the  region,  as  to  new  equipments  and  technologies, in order to improve border patrol;  − Cooperating  to  confront  document  falsification,  especially  documents  of  identity  and  generalizing the use of the biometrical system in pursuance to international standards, taking  into account the needs of the countries of the region in this field, and the negative effects of  this phenomenon on the security of the region;  − Drawing up a list of priority projects related to human development, going hand in hand with  the needs of the border populations, so as to ensure their participation in improving border  security, on the basis of bilateral, regional, and international cooperation strategies;  − Mobilizing  adequate  financial  resources  to  support  bilateral,  regional  and  inter‐regional  projects and operations in the field of border security
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Score: 768644.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...C3%A9claration-de-Rabat_en.pdf
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.: (212) 371-2559; Fax: (212) 371-2784 AZI /9~/14 The Permanent Mission of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the United Nations presents its compliments to the Office for Disarmament Affairs of the United Nations and, with reference to the latter's Note Verbale ODAlI6-2014/ICBM dated 25 February 2014, has the honour to submit information by the Republic of Azerbaijan pursuant to paragraph 2 of resolution 67/49 entitled "Information on confidence-building measures in the field of conventional arms", adopted by the General Assembly on 3 December 2012. (...) J to LOG Noo_ '1 ­ The Office for Disarmament Affairs of the United Nations New York Information on confidence-building measures in the field of conventional arms (Resolution 67/49) Republic of Azerbaijan 2014 Introduction Since regaining its independence in 1991 Azerbaijan has been supporting and contributing to efforts aimed at promoting peace and security, as well as to disarmament and arms control activities. Azerbaijan attaches particular importance to confidence-building and transparency measures (CBMs) in the field of conventional arms which complement the existing international framework against the illicit spread and transfer of conventional weapons.
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Score: 768148.93 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...nfidence-building-measures.pdf
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Agenda Item 2: Follow-up on MIDANPIRG/11 Conclusions and Decisions relevant to the MET field The meeting will review the status of follow-up actions on MIDANPIRG/12 Conclusions and Decisions relevant to MET. (...) Agenda Item 6: Identification, assessment and reporting of MET deficiencies The meeting will review the methodology for identification, assessment and reporting deficiencies in the MET field. Delegates from States and user organizations are invited to inform the meeting of any identified MET deficiencies for discussions and possible corrective actions. (...) Agenda Item 8: Performance Framework Forms The meeting will review and update the proposed performance framework forms in the MET field which supports ICAO planning objective to achieve a performance based global air traffic management system (ATM) through the implementation of air navigation systems and procedures in a progressive, cost-effective and cooperative manner.
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Coordination through UN Inter- Agency Energy Task Force; information about UNECE activities regularly provided to DESA; available in printed form along with activities of other UN agencies in energy field; UNECE information also available on the DESA web site. (...) The GEF Headquarters in New York E /E C E /1404/A dd.1 page 17 Roles and division of labour Organization and field Related activity of the partner organization Relevant UNECE activity Mechanisms for cooperation demonstration zone project preparation in Belarus, Croatia, Hungary, Kazakhstan and Ukraine. (...) E /E C E /1404/A dd.1 page 20 Roles and division of labour Organization and field Related activity of the partner organization Relevant UNECE activity Mechanisms for cooperation energy transit (similar to WTO).
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The Committee on Sustainable Energy promotes international cooperation in the field of energy. It assists UNECE member States in: · Elaborating energy strategies and policies to facilitate the societal transition to more sustainable forms of energy development · Harmonizing legislation, regulatory systems and policies · Developing and implementing norms, standards, and labelling and classification systems in the field of energy 2. (...) It is currently focusing on the following six areas: · Normative activities in the energy field, including labelling and classification systems and related legal and policy frameworks · Opening and liberalization of energy markets; pricing policies and supply and security · Sustainable energy strategies · Rational use of energy, efficiency and conservation · Energy infrastructure including electric power and gas networks · Coal and sustainable energy development 4. (...) The post-Enlargement context is also taken into account in the Committee’s analysis of the integration into energy policy making of: energy restructuring; legal, regulatory and energy pricing reforms; and the social dimension. * * * * * * ANNEX UNECE COMMITTEE ON SUSTAINABLE ENERGY Area One : Normative activities in the energy field, including labelling and classification systems and related legal and policy framework · Implementation of the United Nations International Framework Classification for Reserves/Resources: Solid Fuels and Mineral Commodities · Harmonization of terminologies and classification systems for reserves/resources of energy commodities (petroleum, natural gas, coal and uranium) · Preparation and publication of the International Codification System For Low-Rank Coal Utilization · Development of standards for carbon emissions trading · Harmonization/convergence of norms, practices and policies · Provision of technical assistance to countries with economies in transition in the regulatory and policy fields Area Two : Opening and liberalization of energy markets, pricing policies and supply and security · Assessment, monitoring and exchange of experiences regarding the implementation of the EU Gas Directive in EU Member States and its extension to other UNECE countries · Dialogue with the private sector on the implementation of market liberalization principles and practices · Assessment of the security of natural gas supplies · Assessment of overall energy security risks and potential policy responses · Institutional capacity development and training for economies in transition regarding industry restructuring, privatization, pricing and tariff setting · Exchange of views and policy-related studies on the implications of market liberalization for government objectives, such as energy security and protection of the environment · Assessment of prospects for coal and coal-based electricity in liberalized energy markets · Technical advisory missions relating to regulatory matters, industry restructuring and market liberalization.
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Score: 767255.03 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/trade/ctied9/trd_05_02e.doc
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Article 4 If any single geological petroleum structure or petroleum field, or any single geological structure or field of any other mineral deposit, including sand or gravel extends across the dividing line and the part of such structure or field which is situated on one side of the dividing line is exploitable wholly or in part, from the other side of the dividing line, the Contracting Parties shall seek to reach agreement as to the exploitation of such structure or field. (...) Instruments of ratification shall be exchanged at Copenhagen as soon as page 2| Delimitation Treaties Infobase | accessed on 18/03/2002 DOALOS/OLA - UNITED NATIONS possible. (2) The Agreement shall enter into force on the date of the exchange of instruments of ratification.
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My delegation commends the departments of Peacekeeping Operations and Field Support for their awareness-raising activities for personnel serving in the field missions. We also commend the initiative of developing an accountability framework to measure Page3 the performance of field missions in connection with a number of indicators relating to conduct and discipline. We noted in the report that as part of the accountability framework, field missions will be requested to report on a quarterly basis on their performance, including in meeting expectations relating to the indicators.
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Score: 766756.35 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...nal_accountability/nigeria.pdf
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